By Patric Hedlund, TME
It came as a surprise to Tejon Ranch Company’s vice president of corporate communications and investor relations last week that a hardball first draft contract sent to Lebec County Water District (LCWD) by Tejon Ranch attorneys risked killing an $8 million state project designed to provide clean drinking water to Frazier Mountain High School students.
Tejon Ranch Company (TRC) spokesperson Barry Zoeller said in an email he was not…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Samuel Stern, president of the Lebec County Water District, speaks cautiously about contract negotiations with Tejon Ranch Company, emphasizing what is at risk for schools in Lebec.
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